Ask your Senator for a Copy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Draft Text

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The TPP has been under negotiation for three years. U.S. negotiators announced many chapters are nearly completed. And Congress and all 50 state legislatures will have to conform ALL of our laws to the TPP’s expansive rules. So, every U.S. Senator must have a copy of the TPP draft text, right? Contact your Senator to ask for your copy today!

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1. Call 1-888-291-9824 to be connected to the Capitol switchboard.

2. Ask to be connected with your Senator.

3. When a staff member answers the phone, you can use this script: Hi, my name is ______ and I am a constituent of Senator _______. I would like to be sent a copy of the draft text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership “free trade” agreement.

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861 Fri Aug 17 19:57:33 EDT 2012 Edh Stanley I called the local office, here in Sacramento. The staffer who answered said he'd "try to get a copy" out to me. He seemed to have no idea what I was on about.
860 Fri Aug 10 10:07:08 EDT 2012 John Ryan I called Sen Blumenthal's office just now. Spoke with a staff person, who could find no reference to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. I asked for a copy of the draft agreement. He said he would pass on the More....
859 Sun Aug 05 20:42:03 EDT 2012 Luis Alfredo Cartagena
858 Mon Jul 30 15:35:02 EDT 2012 Glen Anderson
857 Mon Jul 30 15:33:58 EDT 2012 Glen Anderson I left a very explicit and emphatic message on the voicemail for Sen. Patty Murray. I conveyed the same explicit and emphatic message to Sen. Maria Cantwell's staff member. He told me that Cantwell More....
856 Sat Jul 28 00:17:25 EDT 2012 Sandra Gordon
855 Fri Jul 27 16:52:55 EDT 2012 Anonymous
854 Tue Jul 24 12:16:38 EDT 2012 Scott Vickers I called both my senator's offices today to request a copy of ongoing TPP negotiations. Neither has seen a copy or is able to send me a copy, nor according to their staffers are they involved in any way More....
853 Mon Jul 23 11:53:50 EDT 2012 James Tyree II
852 Mon Jul 23 11:06:24 EDT 2012 Sara Porter I called. Nancy agreed to see if she could find someone who knew something about it and would send it to me. With prompting she said that she agreed that two weeks should be time enough.
851 Sun Jul 22 20:56:55 EDT 2012 Diana Brunswig-Bosso I contacted Senator Bond and Senator McCaskill and asked for a copy. Both offices took my email address and said they would try and get a copy for me.
850 Sat Jul 21 18:23:28 EDT 2012 Theresa Rodriguez Please send me a copy as soon as you get one, thank you.
849 Sat Jul 21 15:32:47 EDT 2012 John Surrette Dear Congress:

My son and brother-in-law have been out of work since 2010. They have worked in construction for 20 yrs and earned a good living. The work is hard but satisfying. Unfortunately More....
848 Fri Jul 20 00:48:33 EDT 2012 Nancy Ferreira-Bixby
847 Thu Jul 19 10:23:48 EDT 2012 Vincent Hardt
846 Thu Jul 19 10:19:03 EDT 2012 Richard Landrum I called Senator Bob Casey. Very pleasant and will send. Did not call Pat Toomey. He is not very open to anyting I send or ask of him in previous attempts
845 Thu Jul 19 00:36:52 EDT 2012 Brenda Williams
844 Wed Jul 18 21:12:50 EDT 2012 Gary Grice
843 Wed Jul 18 17:00:49 EDT 2012 Danii Jurado I called MD Senator Ben Cardin's office and got transferred to his trade liaison's voicemail, apparently she wasn't available. I left her a message telling her I was a constituent of Sen. Cardin's and More....
842 Wed Jul 18 15:43:17 EDT 2012 Linda McEachronTaylor
841 Wed Jul 18 15:38:54 EDT 2012 Laurence Leighton Could only get answering machine after 2 transfers to Senators MI office. Will wait for reply
840 Wed Jul 18 12:33:20 EDT 2012 Thomas Nelson call senator johnson office they give a web to go to, i also called senator kohl and they give me a phone number to call
839 Wed Jul 18 11:16:38 EDT 2012 Crystal Hughes I called Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson's office and was told the talks are ongoing. When I said that I had news that the talks were completed the staff person said that she would have to check into that. More....
838 Tue Jul 17 15:57:56 EDT 2012 Victoria Hay I called Sen Shelton Whitehouse and gave the info. I was advise to try under Thomas I'm the library of Cong. I was given the voice mail of Mr Hoffman who might help
837 Tue Jul 17 14:39:21 EDT 2012 John Wiesner On first call to Senator Feinstein's office, was asked to search online; did it, found reports ON trans-Pacific trade, but not the draft agreement.

Called a second time, this time was asked More....
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